Obituary from Shelbyville, Ind. Republican:
15 Dec. 1930
Death Enters Fairland Home
Mrs. N. E. Williams, Sixty-One
Leaves Husband, Children
Mrs. Williams was the daughter of William and Elizabeth Imel Rush. She was born in Sugar Creek township February 8, 1869, and her entire life had been spent in Shelby County.
Her marriage to Mr. Williams took place on March 11, 1888. All of the six children born to them survive. They are Mrs. W. S. Fox, of New Bethel; J. Carl Williams of Fairland; Meredith W. Williams of Edinburg; Edith, Geneva and French Williams all of the home. Three brothers, a half-brother and four sisters also survive: Robert Rush of Logansport; Percy Rush of New Orleans, La.; Alfred Rush of Fairland; Mrs. Ollie Means of Logansport; Mrs. L.C. Means of Dupont; Mrs. B. E. Norvell of Houston, Tex; Mrs. H. Taylor of Marion, Ohio, and James Rush of Frankfort. Mrs. Williams also leaves ten grandchildren.
Devoted to her family and to her friends and active as a member of the Fairland Baptist Church, Mrs. Williams was held in high esteem in her community. She was also a member of the Eastern Star chapter at Fairland, which organization will take part in the funeral.
Burial will be in the family lots in the Fairland cemetery following the funeral service to be held at 10:30 o'clock. Wednesday morning in the Fairland Baptist Church. Rev. Otto Hughes of Columbus, former pastor of the Fairland Church, will deliver the funeral sermon. C.F. Fix & Son are the funeral directors in charge.